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Good morning, I am having a problem with this site being compromised. www.exoterica.it.
Eset on online website detects malware
I went through sitecheck.secure.net and it detects the following locations.

Malware Found hxxp://www.exoterica.it/404testpage4525d2fdc (More Details)
Known javascript malware: malware.injection?35.62 Malware Found

https://www.exoterica.it/checkout/ (More Details)
Known javascript malware: malware.injection?35.62

Malware Found https://www.exoterica.it/chi-siamo/ (More Details)
Known javascript malware: malware.injection?35.62 Malware Found

https://www.exoterica.it/exoterica/ (More Details)
Known javascript malware: malware.injection?35.62

Malware Found https://www.exoterica.it/exoterika-studio/ (More Details)
Known javascript malware: malware.injection?35.62 Malware Found

https://www.exoterica.it/negozio/ (More Details)
Known javascript malware: malware.injection?35.62

Malware Found https://www.exoterica.it/rituali/ (More Details)
Known javascript malware: malware.injection?35.62

I downloaded the site locally via FTP but ESET on the PC does not detect anything on the pages locally.

How do I proceed with remediation since the malware is obfuscated and a JS injection ?

Kind regards

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You can see the location in the Securi report. However, on the web server the code may be obfuscated, stored in a CMS db, etc. If you can't find it, you could contact Sucuri or another company that provides website cleaning services.

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Please check these two images. I have the distinct impression that malware is lurking in here. I recently suffered an attempted attack by Chinese hackers who attempted to reset the password on the site and then left comments on these images. Very strange!

slide4_sm.jpg

studio.jpg

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32 minutes ago, AlfredoBenni said:

Please check these two images. I have the distinct impression that malware is lurking in here. I recently suffered an attempted attack by Chinese hackers who attempted to reset the password on the site and then left comments on these images. Very strange!

Web page looks OK to me;

Eset_Hack.thumb.png.06119711627ba2a40976581eeaa5dd82.png

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